Written on: 14/03/2012 by Masterbutcher (5 reviews written)
Waitrose rump steak selection.
Waitrose offer us 4 different ranges and 5 different prices. The website gives very little information but if you research beyond their website you will find more detailed product descriptions. The best description is their Duchy originals but the rest seem a little vague to me. The Aberdeen Angus steak I think is a little misleading in that I would assume it is Scottish, but their detailed description mentions nothing of this. I would expect better from this company who hold themselves as high end retailers and their prices show it. Why so shy about the country of origins I am sure if the meat in some of their ranges is indeed imported it should be shown as such.
Waitrose Hereford beef rump steak per kg £18.99 sold pre-packed.
Website description has very little information so I suggest that you please read the detailed information for this product research it on the internet
My interpretation of the product description from their website. Produced by a small group of farmers and the breed goes back to the 1700's sired by registered pedigree Hereford bulls. Living outside for most of the year, do they mean the bulls or the beef that they are selling?
But which cows? Notice they do not say pure bred so plenty of room to manoeuvre there again. The question once again is where do they come from? Probably the most commercial cattle breed in England is the Hereford cross
Comment, Why not be a little a little more accurate with its origin.
Average price £16.94 per kg.
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